Hello everyone, and welcome back to our series of frequently asked questions. I’m Jim Adler, the tough, smart lawyer. Today, we will talk about solo car crashes where you are the only person involved and are injured. Do you have a claim? You may be surprised to hear the answer.

In some instances, you can make an injury claim even when you are in a car crash by yourself. Although there is no other driver to take responsibility for your injuries; there may be other factors that come into play when determining whether someone can pursue legal action after being involved in a solo accident.

In these situations, it is crucial to consult with an experienced car crash lawyer as soon as possible before evidence disappears. For instance, mechanical failure with your vehicle may have caused it to go out of control and crash. If that is the case, your injuries are not just the result of your car accident but also because you were driving a defective vehicle.

Road construction is another possible factor. If signs are not clear or the road crew makes a mistake in guiding traffic, it could cause you to wreck and end up with severe injuries.

Defective tires can be a culprit in a solo car crash. If you’re driving on defective tires and they blow out, this can cause an accident that could lead to serious injuries.

Liability remains untested as to when new car technology may be to blame for a car crash that occurred due to a malfunction. New car technology is more complex than the old type of car system, and this has caused some crashes to happen because of glitches in the system.

These are a few of the examples where you may be able to make an injury claim even when you are in a car crash by yourself. You may be entitled to compensation for your injuries, pain and suffering, medical bills, lost wages, and other possible losses.

If you have been seriously injured in a solo car crash, pick up the phone and call us at 1-800-567-7575. At Jim Adler & Associates, we will give you a free, no-obligation consultation. Call now before evidence disappears, and your opportunity to file a claim is lost. 1-800-567-7575. You can also contact us through our website at jimadler.com.